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and i'm don roberts. let's get a check of your forecast now with meteorologist jeremy wheeler. jeremy, we could see some spotty showers today. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: mostly cloudy. isolated showers. mostly in the afternoon/evening. highs will be in the mid 50s. winds ne 5-10mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. spotty showers. lows will be in the mid 40s. winds ne 5-10mph. saturday: mostly cloudy. a few late showers. highs will be in the upper 50s to near 60. winds east 5- 10mph. we'll see lots of clouds again today and tomorrow. there may be a few spotty showers today. temps will be mild this afternoon. today the winds are still out of the northeast. however, tomorrow they will be more out of the east. so we will warm up a little more (upper 50s to low 60s). more widespread rain will move in late saturday into saturday night. it will continue into sunday
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early sunday, but temps will probably drop through the day as a strong cold front swings through the region. we will be dry sunday afternoon into early next week. high temps will drop to the upper 40s for monday and tuesday. we could see a little too early to tell. stay tuned for updates. good morning, hampton
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the fate of former governor bob mcdonnell will be in the hands of the u-s supreme court today. for the frst time since a jury convicted mcdonnell on 11 federal corruption counts, the high court may consider hearing his corruption appeal. rico bush has more on what's happening today. rico, walk us through what's next for the former governor? brandi, don, today is the first conference day for the high court. justices are scheduled to sit down and review what cases to hear or deny. if they agree to put the former governor's corruption case on the docket, oral arguments could start before june. if the court denies mcdonnell's petition, he will be forced to go to prison to serve out his two-year sentence. in september 20-14, a federal jury found mcdonnell guilty of corruption. jurors found the former governor and his wife maureen, traded political
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loans from a wealthy businessman for special treatment. since his conviction, his legal team has appealed the verdict at every stage and exhausted all other legal options. the high court now has the final say on the matter. mcdonnell's defense team believes federal jurors convicted the former governor on a broad definition of corruption and wants the justices to overturn his conviction. it'll take at least four votes to hear his case. and on monday, we could find out if the high court will take up mcdonnell's appeal. rico bush, 10 on your side. happening today, the u-s-n-s kanawha will leave hampton roads today for a 6 month deployment. the kanawha is one of the navy's replenishment oilers. it provides fuel for locally-based military ships and jets at sea. the kanawha was supposed to leave naval station norfolk on wednesday, but the navy changed the departure date because of weather. it's crewed by civil service mariners. happening today the
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is expected in court to hear the formal charges against her. investigators say tonya couch helped her son ethan escape the country. she arrived at a north texas jail yesterday after police arrested her in mexico last week. they're holding her on a one-million dollars bond. ethan is still in a holding facility in mexico city. investigators believe he violated his probation after he drove drunk and killed people in 20-13. he's been called the affluenza teen because his lawyer argued he was too rich to know the consequences of his actions. also happening today, the white house is sending national security officials to silcon valley. they will meet with top companies in the tech industry about how to disrupt isis and other terrorist groups. some officials expected in today's meeting are attorney general loretta lynch, f-b-i director james comey, and national intelligence director james clapper. also happening today, a
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stocks. despite the gain, people will still be keeping a close eye on the world market. reuters reports the gain is unlikely to improve sentiment in the european markets. china's stock market sank about 7 percent thursday. the country's currency fell to its lowest level against the dollar in almost 5 years. trading was automatically suspended. the shutdown set off a slump in other stocks across the globe. so far, japan's market is up. wall street opens at 9:30 this morning. right now, wildfires in australia are burning out of control. take a look at this incredible video from the western part of the country. firefighters down under say at least 3 people are unaccounted for. more than 100 homes have been destroyed. the fires have burned more than 125- thousand acres of woods and farmland. the string of convenience store robberies continues. this time a clerk is stabbed and the robber is still on the loose. ahead, what clues
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far. plus, village seal controversy. this picture is stirring up a lot of emotions, and now residents say they're going to change it. and there's a new, high-tech way to find out
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("jeremy ad libs wx
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mostly in the afternoon/evening. highs will be in the mid 50s. winds ne 5-10mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. spotty showers. lows will be in the mid 40s. winds ne 5-10mph. saturday: mostly cloudy. a few late showers. highs will be in the upper 50s to near 60. winds east 5- 10mph. we'll see lots of clouds again today and tomorrow. there may be a few spotty showers today. temps will be mild this afternoon. today the winds are still out of the northeast. however, tomorrow they will be more out of the east. so we will warm up a little more (upper 50s to low 60s). more widespread rain will move in late saturday into saturday night. it will continue into sunday
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early sunday, but temps will probably drop through the day as a strong cold front swings through the region. we will be dry sunday afternoon into early next week. high temps will drop to the upper 40s for monday and tuesday. we could see a little moisture with the cold air on wednesday. may see a few flurries, but it's still too early to tell. stay tuned for updates. flurries, but it's still too early to tell. stay tuned for updates. good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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no hoverboards allowed. why more than a dozen colleges and universities and enforcing a new ban.
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just one of several new inventions at the consumer electronics show. how it reacts when you get stressed. and robbery suspect identified. police now
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for most of the week we've been telling you about several armed robberies at convenience stores. and now virginia beach police are searching for a suspect. they say the robber stabbed a worker at a citgo station on diamond springs road yesterday afternoon, and then took off with almost 250-dollars in cash. this is the second time in a week the store was robbed. police are looking to see if the two crimes are connected. customers are now starting to think differently about convenience stores. melissa reid, customer :16 - :24 "when you just jeopardy. it's not desperate? that you....i mean, what goes through your head when you do
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don't know i can't understand it." the suspect stabbed the employee in the arm. police say she should be okay. then the robber ran behind the convenience store towards the driftwood apartments. if you have any information that can help police, call the crime line. several of those other convenience store robberies happened at 7-elevens all over hampton roads. police identified a suspect in one on wednesday morning. we were the first to show you this surveillance video from inside the store on chesapeake boulevard. officers believe the man who shot the clerk is 38-year-old kevin bristow. if you've seen him, or know where he is, call police. we also got an update about the injured clerk. we're told he is now out of the hospital. the chesapeake boulevard 7-eleven was robbed twice this week. someone hit it wednesday night. along with two other locations in ghent, all within an hour. police are not saying any of the robberies are connected. after this rash of robberies we contacted 7-eleven about store safety.
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statement: "every 7-eleven store in the united states is equipped with security surveillance cameras so we can improve the safety of our guests, store employees and franchisees, and aid law enforcement officials in their pursuit of criminals." the company also said it has safeguards in place including: keeping cash levels low, upgrading lighting and security systems at stores, and issuing employees safety devices. this morning, we have a follow up about yesterday's shooting at a busy chesapeake hotel. police say they have a person of interest. we showed you this scene as breaking news yesterday on wavy news 10 today. it happened inside the extended stay america on greenbrier circle. paramedics took the male victim to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. police have not said who that person of interest is, or if they knew the victim. new this morning, a village in new york may finally get the chance to change its very controversial seal.
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have wanted to change it for years. take a look. village officials say the image dates back to 18-83 and shows the founder - hugh white - in a so-called "friendly" wrestling match with the local indigenous people. official say the seal is supposed to show how the founder gained respect from them. on monday, the village will finally get to vote on a replacement image. :17 - :25 mayor patrick have the say about what seal they want to represent them and their home and they're history." whitesboro's mayor says the vote on a new seal is not legally binding. voters are expected to cast their votes monday night. now to a controversial device that more than a dozen colleges across the country refuse to let on their campuses. 20 colleges and universities are banning hoverboards because they can seriously hurt the rider or catch fire. so far we haven't heard of any schools in hampton roads that are
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there are a few schools in northern virginia and washington, d-c banning them including george mason, american, and george washington universities. a housing director at the university of iowa says he's very worried about fires. :29 - :39 von fire breaks out, i mean it could damage the room, joining rooms, and things like that. fires burn hot, and it can damage a lot of property." the consumer product safety board is currently investigating several hoverboard fires. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: mostly cloudy. isolated showers. mostly in the afternoon/evening. highs will be in the mid 50s. winds ne 5-10mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. spotty showers. lows will be in the mid 40s. winds ne 5-10mph. saturday: mostly cloudy. a few late showers. highs will be in the upper 50s to near 60. winds east 5- 10mph. we'll see lots of clouds again today and tomorrow. there may be a
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temps will be mild this afternoon. today the winds are still out of the northeast. however, tomorrow they will be more out of the east. so we will warm up a little more (upper 50s to low 60s). more widespread rain will move in late saturday into saturday night. it will continue into sunday morning. we will be warm early sunday, but temps will probably drop through the day as a strong cold front swings through the region. we will be dry sunday afternoon into early next week. high temps will drop to the upper 40s for monday and tuesday. we could see a little moisture with the cold air on wednesday. may see a few flurries, but it's still too early to tell. stay
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good morning, hampton roads. let's check traffic now. happening today, a big decision for former governor bob mcdonnell. 10 on your side's rico bush breaks down what it could mean for two years of his life. but first, a new way to
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we have the details behind this new, high- tech test. and more from the consumer electronics shows. earlier this week, we showed you some amazing new gadgets. we work weekends here. because it works for our patients. here, at cancer treatment centers of america in philadelphia, we give our patients the freedom to make appointments that fit their schedules, even on weekends. because we believe in being here when our patients need us, so they can keep living their busy lives. weekend appointments are now available here.
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it's a brave new world where women have a high-tech way to get their pregnancy results. the company first response developed a test with bluetooth connectivity. here's how it works: you download the app, answer a few questions about whether you want to be pregnant or not, and then
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how the company will send you the results. the app has a countdown clock with suggestions on how to stay calm while you wait. once it sends you the results it has links to information about your next steps. these new high-tech tests range in cost between 15 and 25 dollars. now to a high-tech dress on display at this year's consumer electronics show. check it out - this dress is taking the term "wearable' to the next level. it actually expands and contracts when it senses stress. a tech company collaborated with a fashion company to make the dress. when it senses adrenaline, it expands in the shoulder and skirt area. that was just one of several items unveiled this week at the consumer electronics show. here are some smart shoes to keep kids busy. they light up
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matching game. here's some innovation for your nails. you pick a pattern and the device will print it right on them. and can't afford a gopro camera or don't want to hold it? no problem. now there's "clip-a-phone". you can attach you smartphone right to a hat and record video and snap photos handsfree. happening today, the u-s supreme court is expected to discuss bob mcdonnell's corruption appeal. we'll show you what could happen with the case. new this morning, a huge endorsement for hillary clinton. find out which local congressman says, he's backing her for president. also new this morning, a big furniture recall. find out why a major store says this chair is dangerous. we have a lot of news to cover before you head out the door.
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keeping an eye out on any problems on the road. and meteoroloigst jeremy wheeler is tracking the cooler temperatures in the super doppler 10 weather center. jeremy, you're looking at a warm-up for the weekend? ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: mostly cloudy. isolated showers. mostly in the afternoon/evening. highs will be in the mid 50s. winds ne 5-10mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. spotty showers. lows will be in the mid 40s. winds ne 5-10mph. saturday: mostly cloudy. a few late showers. highs will be in the upper 50s to near 60. winds east 5- 10mph. we'll see lots of clouds again today and tomorrow. there may be a few spotty showers today. temps will be mild this afternoon. today the winds are still out of the northeast. however, tomorrow they will be more out of the east. so we will warm up a little more (upper 50s to low 60s). more widespread rain will move in late saturday into saturday night. it will continue into sunday morning. we will be warm early sunday, but temps will probably drop through the day as a
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through the region. we will be dry sunday afternoon into early next week. high temps will drop to the upper 40s for monday and tuesday. we could see a little moisture with the cold air on wednesday. may see a few flurries, but it's still too early to tell. stay tuned for updates. good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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happening today, the u-s supreme court is expected to discuss the corruption case of former virginia governor bob mcdonnell. today is the court's first conference day, where justices decide on which cases to review and which ones to deny. rico bush is live in our newsroom with more on what's expected to happen today. rico, good morning. good morning brandi, don. for the first time since mcdonnell's conviction, the high court may consider hearing the former governor's appeal. it will take at least four justices to decide if they want to review the case. in september 20-14, a federal jury convicted mcdonnell on 11 federal corruption counts. and, last year a federal judge sentenced mcdonnell to
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a jury found him and his wife, maureen, guilty of trading political favors for gifts and loans from a wealthy businessman. his legal team immediately appealed the conviction and pleaded his case all the way up to the u-s supreme court. mcdonnell's attorney's argued the former governor was convicted based on a broad definition of corruption that puts all elected officials at risk of prosecution. if the justices agree to put his corruption case on the docket, oral arguments could be held before june. if the court denies mcdonnell's petition, he would forced to go to prison to serve out his sentence. it's unlikely the supreme court will announce today if they will hear the former governor's appeal, but we could find out on monday, when the high court issues orders for 20-16. live in the newsroom, rico bush, 10 on your side. all new this morning, we can show you the scene in virginia beach where a home caught fire, killing a cat and displacing a family of 5. two of the five displaced family members are children.
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off sykes avenue. that's off oceana boulevard in the atlantic park neighborhood. firefighters tell us the flames started in a garage and spread to the house and damaged two cars. system called sykes fire.mp4 :4 oh my gawd, oh my gawd the house is on fire. 10 on your side got this video of the flames from a viewer. we're told three dogs made it out okay. crews got the fire out quickly. this morning, they're still working to find out how it started. happening today, the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new downtown norfolk bus transit center. you may have seen workers building the facility over the last few months. its on st. paul's boulevard across from chrysler hall. the center allows bus passengers to wait inside before catching their rides. it also has restrooms. this morning's ribbon-cutting ceremony to dedicate the building is at 11:00 this morning. a star-athlete is in the hospital this morning, fighting for her life. we'll show you how her
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plus, new information about the big rig that went over the side of the chesapeake bay-bridge tunnel. only chopper 10 was above. find out when crews plan to recover the truck. and roadside delivery. brand new video showing police helping a woman in labor in her car. we'll show
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("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: mostly cloudy. isolated showers. mostly in the afternoon/evening. highs will be in the mid 50s. winds ne 5-10mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. spotty showers. lows will be in the mid 40s. winds ne 5-10mph. saturday: mostly cloudy. a few late showers. highs will be in the upper 50s to near 60. winds east 5- 10mph. we'll see lots of clouds again today and tomorrow. there may be a few spotty showers today. temps will be mild this afternoon. today the winds are still out of the northeast. however, tomorrow they will be more out of the east. so we will warm up a little
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60s). more widespread rain will move in late saturday into saturday night. it will continue into sunday morning. we will be warm early sunday, but temps will probably drop through the day as a strong cold front swings through the region. we will be dry sunday afternoon into early next week. high temps will drop to the upper 40s for monday and tuesday. we could see a little moisture with the cold air on wednesday. may see a few flurries, but it's still too early to tell. stay tuned for updates. good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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chair recall. a national company says hundreds-of- thousands of these chairs could be dangerous. coming up, what to do if you have one, or know someone who does. a-c thefts. police on the peninsula say someone's been stealing them from several buildings. you'll hear from a victim. and get your motors running! its time for the big international car
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can see the coolest new this morning, a local congressman says he's throwing his support behind hillary clinton for president. george "g.k." butterfield represents the first district of north carolina, which includes elizabeth city, hertford and edenton. butterfield is also the chairman of the congressional black caucus. he wrote that mrs. clinton has the foresight to improve the lives of millions of african-americans. butterfield went on to say, that she has spoken out about racism
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justice reform. butterfield has been in the u-s house since 2004. this morning, a stand-out college athlete is fighting for her life. 20-year-old amber brown plays basketball at norfolk state university. someone found her unconscious in her dorm room new year's day. family members believe her condition may be related to diabetes. they're asking for your prayers and support. c1 ebony brown - amber's older sister 01:03:46 "it's been tough i mean i have to say this has been the toughest days that i've ever encountered before, i don't think i ever imagined anything happening like this so it's very tough it's very tough." runs :16 amber's hospital bills are mounting. the family has an on-line site where you can help. just head to wavy-dot-com to find that information. investigators say they'll try to recover the truck that went over the side of the cbbt, on saturday. only chopper 10 could
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above, moments after the truck went over the side. investigators say the driver, 33-year-old matthew killmon, drove through the barricade and into the chesapeake bay. amazingly, he had only minor injuries when crews pulled him from the water. he somehow managed to get out of the cab and swim to the surface. the salvage company will try to recover the truck if the weather permits. thieves are stealing expensive air conditioning units in hampton. police say crooks stole nine a/c compressors in two incidents in the last week. this is the damage from the riverdale office park, off cunningham drive. experts say the thieves take the copper and other parts and sell them. victims have to shell out thousands of dollars for new units. super = traci gray/dental office employee ((c403 37:25)) "i had actually mentioned to my office manager they can't continue to leave time, sure enough we took a closer look, the copper is gone. everything that's salvageable to sell is gone." a second incident
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drive. leads. ("jeremy ad libs wx cloudy. isolated showers. mostly in the afternoon/evening. highs will be in the mid 50s. winds ne 5-10mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. spotty showers. lows will be in the mid 40s. winds ne 5-10mph. saturday: mostly cloudy. a few late showers. highs will be in the upper 50s to near 60. winds east 5- 10mph. we'll see lots of clouds again today and tomorrow. there may be a few spotty showers today. temps will be mild this afternoon. today the winds are still out of the northeast. however, tomorrow they will be more out of the east. so we will warm up a little more (upper 50s to low 60s). more widespread rain will move in late saturday into saturday night. it will continue into sunday morning. we will be warm early sunday, but temps will probably drop through the day as a strong cold front swings through the region. we will be dry sunday afternoon into early next week. high temps will
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monday and tuesday. we could see a little moisture with the cold air on wednesday. may see a few flurries, but it's still too early to tell. stay
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good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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this morning, we're on your side with news of a big furniture recall you need to know about. office depot is recalling about 300- thousand of these crawley brand executive style chairs because people have fallen out of them. there have been at least 8 reports of the seat have one of these chairs or use one at work, you should contact office depot for a replacement seat kit. in the market for a new car? happening today, the big hampton roads international auto show. hundreds of new cars, trucks, vans and suvs will be on display this weekend at the virginia beach convention center. this is video of last year. dozens of local dealers will show off the latest models in a no-sales environment. you can even take one for
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you're at the show, stop by and say hi to your favorite 10 on your side personalities. i will be there saturday morning starting at 10 a-m signing autographs. you can even enter to win tickets to see late-night with seth meyers. doors open at 10:00 this morning. coming up - a terrifying attack on a philadelphia police officer. 1:15 - 1:21 "this is absolutely one of the scariest things i've ever seen. i mean this guy tried to execute the police officer. " we'll explain how the officer is doing, ahead
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fox43. good morning, hampton roads. let's check traffic now. we're working on more local news, weather, and traffic over on our sister station fox43
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